Originally posted by HSE2
deadlock disables the internal door handles so once you get inside be smashing a window say you still aren't meant to be able to open the door.
Well i actually done a test in my car, i locked my self inside the car with the remote, and pulled the inside door handle to get out, and guess what the whole car unlockefd it self. I guess with any car theres no need to make a deadlock as you ca get in someway, but the imobiliser is the one that counts, as they can't start it or hot wire the thing.
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